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Three Gorges News Probe Service Four men were arrested at the same time as Ms. Wang, but she received the harshest punishment. Liu Zhengzhen was sentenced to three years, and remains in jail, while Xia Chenghu, Wu Yansheng and Qin Wenjun have been released, according to the New York office of Human...
Pravda According to the group " Human Rights in China ", arrests began on September 14th. After police arrested prosecutor Zhang Fenfen, he refused to be photographed and fingerprinted. Police beat him and threatened him with forced psychiatric treatment. He twice before underwent psychiatric...
Inter Press Service Until now, the only disturbance of this peaceful climate was sparked by a debate over the accreditation of the non-governmental organisation Human Rights in China (HRIC). The New York-based group, founded in 1989 by Chinese scientists and scholars, states that its mission is to...
The Chicago Tribune "What kind of guidelines, what kind of safeguards are in place?" asked Nicolas Bequelin, research director at New York-based Human Rights in China . "What about an American businessman who is communicating with his headquarters about a project or negotiation, and authorities...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that Shen Peilan (沈佩兰) , a Shanghai-based forced-evictions petitioner, has been detained. Shen’s husband, Cai Jingcheng(蔡净成) , told HRIC that Shen was taken away from their home at 3:00 p.m. on October 29 by officers from the public security bureau of Maqiao...
HRIC Executive Director Sharon Hom’s recent experience in Beijing shows that behind the story of China’s "economic miracle," the apparatus of state control remains firmly entrenched. Read her op-ed detailing the encounter and its lessons in the Asian Wall Street Journal : "Beijing Police Undermine...
1989 Democracy Movement veteran Jiang Pinchao, now living in Los Angeles, compiled 385 poems to mark the 18th anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. Advance drafts of the book, reproduced in pirated editions, have been confiscated by officials throughout China. This is translations of a small...
1989 Democracy Movement veteran Jiang Pinchao, now living in Los Angeles, compiled 385 poems to mark the 18th anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. Advance drafts of the book, reproduced in pirated editions, have been confiscated by officials throughout China. This is translations of a small...

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